Theme: Artificial Intelligence Goes Mobile?
Artificial intelligence (AI) is intelligence exhibited by machines. In computer science, the field of AI research defines itself as the study of “intelligent agents”: any device that perceives its environment and takes actions that maximize its chance of success at some goal. Colloquially, the term “artificial intelligence” is applied when a machine mimics “cognitive” functions that humans associate with other human minds, such as “learning” and “problem solving”.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has increasingly become one of the hottest topics in both business and science. More leading tech companies are showing their interest in AI investment, from Google’s US$400 million acquisition of DeepMind, and Faraday Future’s unveiling of self-driving supercars at CES 2017. These are just a few examples of the commitment companies have towards this cutting-edge technology, but one of the most promising areas for AI is in mobile.
The idea of having a personal assistant to help tackle everyday tasks is becoming more appealing to users everywhere. However, intelligent apps are not just limited to digital assistants but for a variety of purposes from security to e-commerce. Today, many companies are applying AI in their mobile apps to transform the customer experience.
These additional applications will therefore add increased demand upon the network, and will surely require operators to increase the capacity and/ or efficiency of their networks.
With the advancement of AI technology, what challenges will this bring to operators?
Confirmed Contributors (Name Order)
- Andrew Yates, CEO, Artesian
- Caroline Gabriel, Head of Research, Rethink Technology Research
- Chaney Ho, Co-founder, Executive Director, & Acting General Manager, Advantech Europe
- Dave Ditzel, CEO & President, Esperanto Technologies
- Faisal H. Usmani, Business Development & Strategy Lead, Cyient EMEA
- Faye Walshe, Global Head of Innovation, Resource Solutions
- Georges Dassis, President, European Economic & Social Committee (EESC)
- Kay Firth-Butterfield, Project Head, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, World Economic Forum
- Ron Moscona, Partner, International law firm Dorsey & Whitney
- Thomas Rockmann, VP Connected Home, Deutsche Telekom
- Author TBA, BroadSoft, Inc.
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